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Re: Anyone running Tor on routing/switching hardware ?

On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 01:29:25PM +0100, Jacob Appelbaum wrote:

> I'm certainly interested in a SheevaPlug and if there was an interest,
> I'd build packages for it. I'd have to get one first but I'm not sure if
> it's being used by anyone?

A Tor appliance would be actually a selling point for a SheevaPlug.

In any case people who don't want to have a 300 W PC running all the
time to operate a Tor node might be interested. Or maybe a benefactor
can spend some money (1000 USD buys you >10 nodes, 10 kUSD >>100 nodes)
to be distributed to volunteers free of charge who must promise to run
Tor nodes (or at least middle-men) for a couple years.

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